Brendan O’Neill Brendan O’Neill

The Guardian’s shameful Roisin Murphy review

Roisin Murphy performs at Glastonbury (photo: Getty)

Of all the smug, bitter things the Guardian has published over the years, its review of Róisín Murphy’s new album has got to be one of the worst. Ms Murphy is a musical genius but a wicked woman, the review essentially says. Why? Because she committed the blasphemy of criticising puberty blockers.

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